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While I can't force anyone to do anything, if you happen to disagree with this, I ask of you not to use any of the open source I have published. Nor am I interested in contributions from people who can't accept or act respectfully towards other humans regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, religion, age, physical appearance, body size, race, or similar personal characteristics. If you think feminism, anti-racism or the LGBT movement is somehow wrong, disturbing or irrelevant, I ask you to go elsewhere to find software.
$ npm install -g query-overpass
$ echo 'node(57.7,11.9,57.8,12.0)[amenity=bar];out;' | query-overpass
Optionally, a file containing the query can be passed as the first argument:
$ query-overpass query.ql
Goes well together with other command line tools, like for example geojsonio-cli:
$ npm install -g geojsonio-cli$ echo 'node(57.7,11.9,57.8,12.0)[amenity=bar];out;' | query-overpass | geojsonio
You can also provide the URL where the Overpass API is located:
$ query-overpass --overpass-url
The default is to use
You can also flatten each GeoJSON feature, making it more easily processable by other software and tools
$ query-overpass --flat-properties
The default behaviour, without adding
--flat-properties is to use
false to be consistent with previous version.
Installation is easy with npm:
$ npm install query-overpass
query-overpass exports a single function:
Performs the provided query and calls the callback when done. The callback is of the form
Where error is an object containing
statusCode if an error occured, or
no error occured.
data will be the query response as an GeoJSON object.
The options supported at the moment are
overpassUrl, which will default to
flatPropertieswhich will default to